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am i pregrnant?

By Anonymous April 27, 2011 - 3:20am
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hi , i made a mistake with a girl and we were messing around i was naked but she wasnt, i ejacualted not on myself not on her but she toke small of my sperms and rubed it over her trouser on her vagina. we are really afraid if she might get pregnant from this. i must mention that she was wearing a trouser and an underwear but they were 2 thin plus she is also virgin. please i need your advice

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Hi Anonymous,
Thank you for your question and for finding EmpowHER. From what you describe, it sounds like it is unlikely that she could get pregnant in this way. Generally speaking, a woman cannot get pregnant through clothes. It takes the sperm getting inside the vagina for a woman to get pregnant. You would need to wait until her next period (not the one in two days) to ensure she didn't become pregnant. If she ends up being late next month, she then can take a home pregnancy test to verify, or she can request a pregnancy test from her doctor. It is important to limit her risk of pregnancy going forward to break the cycle of worry. You may want to look into getting some condoms, or using another form of birth control like birth control pills, etc.
Good luck, and let us know if you have additional questions after reviewing these articles.
Am I Pregnant after Dry Sex, Making Out with Clothes On?, Outercourse, Dry Humping, Dry Sex, and The Misconceptions of Sex.

April 27, 2011 - 7:05am
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her period should come in these 2 days tomorrow or after tomorrow ,, can i be sure that she isn't pregnant if it came on time, or i should wait for the next period?

April 27, 2011 - 6:06am
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